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Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival is On!
I’m back in Melbourne right on time for the great weather and most importantly the Sustainability Living Festival! The program is packed with talks, workshops, movies and so much … Continue reading
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Planting Trees Down Under…
Last week I was one of those people who had never planted a tree. After this weekend I can say I have planted at least 50 trees and it was an awesome experience. My husband and I where part … Continue reading
Posted in Community, Endagered Wildlife, Life in Melbourne, Sustainability, Travels, Whatâ€™s Up Tagged Australia, Melbourne, Nhill Victoria, Project Hindmarsh, Sustainability 1 Comment
Transition Town World Oceans Day Local Celebration!
Everyone is welcomed to come by and spend a day sharing, appreciating and giving back to our Oceans in community! The meeting point will be at the beginning of the Pier … Continue reading
Earthships and Celebrating Community !
The Sustainability Living Festival was awesome! I was very happy to be part of this great event where I was able to talk to a wide audience about the benefits of having hobbies … Continue reading
To promote the practice of Industrial Ecology in Australia, City West WaterÂ and Waste Management Association of Australia organized, on Thursday the 10th of November, the workshop from â€œTrash to Treasureâ€Â which I was very lucky to … Continue reading
Posted in Life in Melbourne, Recycling, Sustainability, Waste Management Tagged Australia, Boward Region Recycling Expanded Polystyrene project, City West Water, ewaste, Expanded Polystyrene, Industrial Ecology, landfills, Melbourne, Mineral Resources, Patricia AcuÃ±a, Recycling, REDUCE, REPSA, Sustainability, Thomas E. Graedel, Waste Management, WMAA 2 Comments
My Crash Course on Sustainability…part 1
Last week I gave myself a crash course on Sustainability: Tuesday night the film â€œThe End of the Lineâ€Â at Slow Food Cafe; Â Wednesday night, Â Ethical Shopping Workshop at the Eco-Center;Â Â and Friday night, “Wasted Earth”, “Waste Not” and “Plasticized” at … Continue reading
Posted in Being Venezuelan, Contact, Life in Melbourne, REfuse, Sustainability Tagged Australia, Australian Geographic, BagsRevolt, Bluefin Tuna, consumer power, Farmed Salmons, Green Peace, Lutecia Adam, Marine Reserves, MarineBio Conservation Society, Melbourne, Over Fishing, Port Phillips Eco Center, Sustainability, Sylvia Earle, TEd Talk, The Australian Marine Conservation Society, The End of the Line, Venezuela 2 Comments